Near Shore Software development

Hiring a group of developers from a neighboring nation where there is little to no time zone difference is known as "nearshore software development." Given that both countries are in the same time zone, hiring Canadians to meet development demands by Americans is the ideal example of nearshore software development. Continue reading to learn more about nearshore development and the many benefits that come with it. There is also documentation of the main distinctions between nearshore, onshore, and offshore software development.

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